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Mechanochemical Synthesis of Catalytic Materials

Amrute, A.P. and De Bellis, J. and Felderhoff, M. and Schüth, F.

CHEMISTRY - A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
Volume: Pages:
DOI: 10.1002/chem.202004583
Published: 2021

Abstract
The mechanochemical synthesis of nanomaterials for catalytic applications is a growing research field due to its simplicity, scalability, and eco-friendliness. Besides, it provides materials with distinct features, such as nanocrystallinity, high defect concentration, and close interaction of the components in a system, which are, in most cases, unattainable by conventional routes. Consequently, this research field has recently become highly popular, particularly for the preparation of catalytic materials for various applications, ranging from chemical production over energy conversion catalysis to environmental protection. In this Review, recent studies on mechanochemistry for the synthesis of catalytic materials are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the straightforwardness of the mechanochemical route—in contrast to more conventional synthesis—in fabricating the materials, which otherwise often require harsh conditions. Distinct material properties achieved by mechanochemistry are related to their improved catalytic performance. © 2021 The Authors. Chemistry - A European Journal published by Wiley-VCH GmbH

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